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"Every first year design student knows that it is bad form to mix too many fonts. Beginners who get their hands on a computer for the first time are usually fascinated by fonts, and produce documents that look like ransom notes..."
The LA Times should know better, yet they printed 22 different fonts above the fold on the front page. I wonder what if someone should contact Guiness? That's got to be some kind of record.
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